Moseley Heights Community Choir

The Moseley Heights Community Choir of Altavista is one of the award recipients being honored during the "Three Into One" banquet.

HURT -- The 10th annual Black History Month-salute Three Into One Minority Business Banquet is planned for 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 16 at New Prospect Baptist Church at 509 Prospect Road in Hurt. There will be a dinner, awards and prizes. Advance tickets for $10 and can be purchased from David Tucker at the Altavista YMCA. Tickets will be more at the door. Altavista-area residents are encouraged to come out and join Three Into One as the group recognizes local individuals and businesses. 

Banquet honorees include:

• Citizen of the Year -- Robin Coles-Goard, newly elected Pittsylvania County commissioner of Revenue.

• Administrator/Teacher of the Year -- Altavista Elementary School Assistant Principal Rachelle Herndon.

• Business of the Year -- SPT’s, Altavista and Shannon Pannell Tucker and Rita Knight Hunt.

• Talent of the Year -- Moseley Heights Community Choir of Altavista.

• New Business of the Year -- Sense of Security Care Inc. Project Manager Zel Farrow.

• Leadership of the Year -- Abbott Labs Shift Supervisor Carmela Tardy.

• Altavista Town Personnel of the Year -- Police Chief Thomas “Tommy” Merricks.

• Award of Appreciation --  Newly elected Campbell County Sheriff Winston W. Clark III.

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For tickets or information, call Terry Austin at 434-534-2875 or Woodrow Mason at 434-369-4228 or visit